La Bastide des Templiers
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
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... young women), and a group of guests from the UK and the US. We all had a love of travel in common, and they were interested to hear about our background and the places we'd visited, but particularly our impressions and thoughts on Aix and France. We were even more impressed when the General Manager came to greet us personally after dinner, check whether we enjoyed our meal, and to meet Rachel. A very nice touch :)
... out her friend Antonia's restaurant for authentic Provenšal cuisine. And because we were in the South West of France and it is the home of cassoulet, Philip had to order it ... and couldn't believe his eyes when a whole casserole dish - complete with ladle - came to the table. His reaction was priceless ;)
A gentle stroll back with very full tummies, through the softly lit streets after burning another candle for mum at the Eglise de Saint-Espirit. Ah, it's a tough life.
... through with a Mobile phone and a packet of chips. They could see us from the balcony across the road. Getting back to the apartment where the kids were in one piece with very little battery left in the iPad we watched storage wars in French from Canada, always a good laugh. It was about 7pm and we headed out to dinner at a restaurant that was on the edge of the Avenue de Champagne where the food was adequate supported by adequate at best staff. As ...
... back of their push bike, breaking a fresh end bit off and munching on it as they walk down the street!! It’s almost like a fashion accessory here. So of course, we have joined in the tradition, and in most towns we have discovered our favourite Boulangerie (there are always many to choose from), and returned each day to buy a crunchy fresh baguette.
Then of course there is the deliciously airy and flaky breakfast tradition of a buttery warm croissant fresh from the ...
... evening in a church nearby. John asked if the mass was in English. I told him it wasn't, and he said he wasn't going to any mass that wasn't in English. I asked him how many masses in French our church had, so off we went. It was actually pretty wonderful. The French language is so beautiful to listen to, the cantor sang like an angel, the acoustics were perfect which made the congregation sound like a huge choir. I didn't understand a word ...